Upper School News

Upper School News

ASM celebrates Outstanding IB Scores for the Class of 2017 with an average of 36 points and two ASM Students Achieving Perfect 45 Scores!

We are so proud to announce the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma scores for the ASM class of 2017 who have obtained truly outstanding results.

  • The ASM average score was 36 points, 6.05 points above the world average of 29.95 points and two points higher than ASM's previous year average score
  • Two students achieved the maximum score of 45 points, a feat that only 218 students out of 159,400 around the world who sat this year's IBDP accomplished
  • One student neared perfection achieving 44 points
  • 11 students scored 40 points or higher

This success is a testament to the commitment of the entire school community and the positive and nurturing environment that we create daily to support our students. These results are also especially rewarding given ASM's encouragement of all students to sit the exams.

We celebrate with the Class of 2017 and commend their accomplishments and hard work! We wish all our graduating students much success and encourage them to keep in touch with ASM as their journeys and successes continue.

ASM Administration

Read more
Scintilla Benevolo, ASM 12th grader, First Italian to Receive a Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award

Zonta International is a worldwide service organization of executives in business and the professions working together to advance the status of women worldwide.

Scintilla is one of the 10 international awardees to receive this prestigious award. As a result, she received an International Scholarship of US$5,000 and has been offered an invitation to give a speech at the Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs Conference at the end of this year.

Congratulations Scintilla on this amazing award, we are looking forward to seeing what the future holds for you!

Read more
ASM's Spanish Night

All Spanish students, from grade 6-12 worked hard for three months and they finally celebrated their learning and Spanish culture during our Spanish Night this week, the first Spanish Night ever here at ASM.

All Spanish students, from grade 6-12 worked hard for three months and they finally celebrated their learning and Spanish culture during our Spanish Night this week, the first Spanish Night ever here at ASM. It was a big event all about theater, music and tapas where parents had the chance to witness how our students speaking skills in Spanish improve over the years and how they collaborate and create a positive atmosphere. Students took a chance to express themselves at their best in another language and their fluency, excellence and commitment made this night a huge success. Parents were highly involved, and without their help this could have not be possible. Thank to the Fund for Excellence that approved this project and helped us along. See you next year! To see more pictures visit the Parent Portal!

Read more
Powered by Finalsite